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EXCLUSIVE Blagged to Death? How Scotland Yard Missed Crucial Clues in the Tabloid Targeting of Jill Dando
The Metropolitan Police suspected a Daily Mirror journalist of illegally 'blagging' the TV presenter three months before her murder, but didn't see the phone hacking connection.
Jon Robins from @JusticeGap with another fascinating case of injustice - this time around a law that presumes guilt for bystanders
This month DIT Minister George Hollingbery quietly assigned its entire ambit to Fox himself, on a 'temporary' basis, as part of Brexit 'contingency' measures, but with zero Parliamentary oversight.
Major right-wing celebrities on social media betrayed their ideological guilt and complicity after the murder of 50 attending Mosques in Christchurch
Trump’s top donor, Robert Mercer, is at the centre of a multimillion-dollar anti-Muslim propaganda industry responsible for creating and spreading the same Islamophobic rhetoric found in the New Zealand shooter’s manifesto.
Shocking new Brussels report highlights the growing concern about sports corruption across Europe – including fears that the lucrative football market is now a major target for criminals.
Ben Geen was caught red-handed - a serial killer, or so it seemed. In the third of his series The Justice Trap, Jon Robins shows how a misreading of statistics led to a life sentence
As another provider of probation services teeters on the brink of collapse, the Government remains committed to a role for the private sector in supervising offenders.
A Prevent "mentor" helping to deradicalise people through his extraordinary experience inside a murderous neo-Nazi group speaks to Byline Times.
A week after Mike Stuchbery became subject to targeted harassment and threats of violence, he reflects on the impact it has had on his life.
How can the Government reduce the use of short prison sentences if judges lack confidence in community alternatives?
Two parents took their sick child to hospital. Within hours they were being questioned by police. Two days later, they were in court. Why?
Government asks YouTube to Reconsider 'Tommy Robinson' Ban after he Threatens More Journalists with "a Knock on the Door"
After three days of intimidation and threats against Byline Times writer Mike Stuchbery, the Government agrees that YouTube must take action against Stephen Yaxley-Lennon.
Crimea River: How Subversive Technology Piloted by Russia in Ukraine was used to Orchestrate Brexit and Trump
Why the West took a risk ignoring Russia's subversive infiltration in Ukraine.
Civil Service chief forced to defend Secrecy of Cabinet Papers; Assessment revealed that almost one-third of ‘critical’ no-deal projects would be off-track if the UK crashes out of the EU.